HP 15t-dy200 15.6″ Laptop

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Specifications of the HP 15t-dy200

Here are the specs of the HP 15t-dy200 with descriptions of its features. For comparison against other laptops, you can use the "Compare Specs" button.

Brand HP
Laptop Type Standard non-convertible laptop

This laptop features a clamshell-only design, without ability to convert itself into a tablet.
Performance Mid-range performance

The mid-range performance of this laptop allows you to easily complete your daily home and office computing tasks. It additionally has some potential for heavier duties like professional photo and video editing. However, if you regularly do these tasks, a high-performance laptop is recommended. More info about performance of the laptop can be found in the CPU, GPU, RAM, and Storage sections below.
Screen Size 15.6-inch

This is by far the most popular laptop screen size. It provides a lot of screen real estate, while avoiding bulkiness of the 17.3" laptops.
Screen Resolution 1366x768 pixels HD

This is an entry-level screen resolution, oftentimes found on budget laptops. It doesn't deliver picture sharpness and space on the screen like the Full HD or higher resolution laptop displays do.

1920x1080 pixels Full HD

Full HD is the most common laptop screen resolution today. It provides a good image sharpness and a decent amount of space on the display for the user interface and programs. However, it isn't as good as the top-tier 4K Ultra HD.
Touchscreen Finger multi-touch input (optional)

The device optionally comes with touchscreen capability.
Other Display Specs IPS type

Displays based on IPS technology provide much wider viewing angles than the budget-class TN screens.

TN type

Displays based on the old TN technology lack wide viewing angles you can find on IPS screens. The colors may look washed out or inverted at certain viewing angles.

Glossy reflective coating

The glossy reflective displays provide vivid colors, but are prone to ambient light reflections.

Anti-glare coating

Anti-glare coating reduces ambient light reflections, as opposed to the glare-type displays with more vivid colors.
About Laptop Displays Learn about laptop PC displays here.
Processor (CPU) Intel Core i3-1115G4 11th Gen

Intel Core i3-1115G4 is a lower-mid-range laptop processor, which is optimal for the daily home and office computing duties. If you occasionally do heavier tasks like video editing, the pricier i5 and i7 G-series options are a better choice. If you regularly do heavy tasks, recommended are the i5 H, i7 H and other H series high-performance CPUs.

Intel Core i5-1135G7 11th Gen

The i5-1135G7 is a typical mid-range processor. It's excellent for the daily home and office tasks and decent for occasional heavy duties like multimedia creation. The i5 is faster than the less expensive i3, but slower than the pricier i7 variant.

Intel Core i7-1165G7 11th Gen

The i7-1165G7 is one of the fastest laptop processors if you don't count the i7 H and other H-series high-performance chips typically used in gaming laptops. The i7-1165G7 is in an advantage over them due to its lower power consumption.
About Processors The laptop's processor (CPU) is the main chip of the system and a very important computing performance factor.

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Graphics (GPU) Intel UHD G4 graphics of 11th Gen Core i3 G4

This is an entry-level graphics processor. It's capable of running light games and select heavier titles on the lowest quality settings.

Intel Iris Xe graphics

The Iris Xe graphics of the 11th Gen Intel Core G7 and 12th Gen Core P processors delivers an improved, yet still basic, 3D gaming performance over the widely used Intel UHD. But, it greatly lags behind the gaming-class GPUs like the Nvidia GeForce GTX / RTX series found in gaming-class laptops. Overall, the Iris Xe is suitable only for light gaming.
About Graphics Processors Graphics processor (GPU) is the main factor for 3D gaming performance. It also affects performance of other graphics intensive tasks like some image and video editing operations.

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System Memory (RAM) Size 8GB RAM

The 8GB RAM size is the standard one in 2022. It provides comfortable multi-tasking for the most home and office users.

12GB RAM

12GB is greater than the recommended minimum of 8GB and enables very comfortable multitasking during everyday tasks. However, many games and professional software may require 16GB or more.

16GB RAM

16GB and greater RAM sizes are recommended for heavy multitasking, gaming, and specialized programs that require a lot of RAM.
About RAM System memory (RAM) size determines multi-tasking capability of a laptop - how many tasks and programs you can run at the same time. Some programs and games may require large RAM to run properly.

Learn about RAM of laptop PCs here.
Data Storage 128GB SSD

128GB is a relatively small storage space. However, it is usable if you don't store a lot of large files like movies and don't install a lot of programs.

256GB SSD

256GB is a decent capacity. If you tend to download and store a lot of large files like movies and install many programs, 512GB or more is a better choice.

512GB SSD

512GB storage capacity is recommended if you store a lot of large files and install many programs.

1000GB (1TB) SSD

1TB is an excellent storage capacity. The sizes above 512GB, including 1TB, are recommended for those who store a lot of large files.

Intel Optane memory 16GB (optional)

Intel Optane memory is used for storage performance optimization. It's an optional feature in this laptop.

Intel Optane memory 32GB (optional)

Intel Optane memory is used for storage performance optimization. It's an optional feature on this laptop. The 32GB Optane does the job better than the 16GB Optane.
About Data Storage Storage capacity determines how much data you can store locally on your laptop. SSD storage is much faster than HDD storage.

Learn about laptop PC data storage here.
DVD Optical Drive None
Keyboard & Input Keyboard with dedicated number pad

There's a separate numeric pad located on the right side of the keyboard.

Keyboard backlight (optional)

Keyboard backlight makes typing in dark environments easier. On this laptop model, keyboard backlight is an optional feature.

Touchpad with click buttons built into the surface

The left and right click buttons are built into the surface of the touchpad, as opposed to separate physical buttons.

Touchscreen (optional)
Speakers & Audio Stereo speakers

As usual, the device features a pair of built-in stereo speakers.

Combo microphone and headphones audio jack

This laptop has the ordinary 3.5mm combo audio jack that supports both headphone output and microphone input simultaneously.
Camera Front-facing web camera

Laptops usually feature a frontal webcam located on the display bezel. This laptop is no exception.

HD 720p resolution

This is the most common web camera resolution in laptops. However, it's low in comparison to camera resolutions of modern smartphones, so it can't produce as sharp picture.
Wi-Fi Wireless 802.11AX

The 802.11AX is the latest Wi-Fi wireless networking standard. It's also known as Wi-Fi 6. When connected to 802.11AX-compatible routers, the 802.11AX modules in laptops bring improvements over the older standards in terms of data transfer speeds and multi-device connectivity.

802.11AC

The 802.11AC is the previous-generation wireless networking standard. It's also known as Wi-Fi 5. 802.11AC is succeeded by 802.11AX Wi-Fi 6 with data transfer speed and multi-device connectivity improvements.
Ethernet Network Port No

This laptop has no Ethernet LAN port for wired internet and networking connectivity.
Bluetooth Yes

This laptop has a built-in Bluetooth module. It enables you to connect the computer to Bluetooth mice and other Bluetooth peripherals, smartphones, and other Bluetooth-equipped devices.
USB Ports 1 x USB-C

A compact type of USB port, commonly found in modern laptops and phones.

2 x USB Type A

A pair of full-size USB ports.
Video Output Ports 1 x HDMI

HDMI is a widely used digital video output port. You can find HDMI-in ports on most computer monitors and TVs.
Media Card Reader SD card reader

The laptop has a slot for full-size SD memory cards, used in many digital cameras. You can also use microSD cards with a card adapter.
Battery 41 Whr capacity
About Battery The battery capacity is typical for a 15.6" laptop with mid-range components.

The battery life varies depending on usage, settings, and other factors.
Weight 3.8 pounds
Height 0.7"
Width 14.1"
Depth 9.5"
Casing Material Plastics
Casing Color White

Silver
Windows Version Windows 11 Home

Windows 11 Home is aimed at the regular home and office computer users. Only select business users need the Professional edition.

Windows 11 Pro

Windows 11 Pro version adds some business-specific features in comparison to the standard Windows 11 Home.
Warranty 1-year

A typical laptop warranty length.
Year of Release 2020

Laptops released in 2020.
Country / Region Worldwide

The listed specs are general / worldwide specs of the model. Some of its specs may vary depending on the particular configuration and region.

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User Reviews and Q&A on the HP 15t-dy200

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  1. Question

    Mr. Ahmad

    Is there a extra slot for another ssd or hdd

    Extra slot for another hdd or sdd

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    • Dan

      HP.com lists this document as the manual for the 15t-dy200:

      http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c08098272.pdf

      According to the manual, there’s no any traditional 2.5″ HDD / SSD bay in which you can put a 2.5″ HDD or SSD. There’s one M.2 SSD slot, so the only way to expand internal storage is to replace the existing M.2 SSD with a more capacious one.

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  2. Question

    Nitish Kumar

    I’m from India. I want to buy it. How can I buy

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    • Shan

      I read your message today. If you haven’t bought a laptop yet, I can help you, but in India, the duty on this laptop will be very high.

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  3. Question

    Conway Phelps

    I want to upgrade the HDD in this computer, I’m looking at the 5tb Barracuda, will a 15mm 2.5 drive fit into the case of the 15t-dy200?

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    • Dan

      I have checked the maintenance manual attached to this model on HP’ site and wasn’t able to find any 2.5 drive bay. The notebook apparently supports only M.2 solid state drive storage.
      http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06914467.pdf

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    • Conway Phelps

      I know what the specs say… Most computers will go beyond what the specs are because they tend to be conservative with extras regardless what the motherboards will support. There is only one unused ribbon connection on the motherboard and I was trying to find out if an HDD ribbon cable could be added. For instance, I had a Dell computer and the specs said that they only wanted a max of 8Gb per memory slot, but the motherboard SUPPORTED 16Gb per slot, outside of what Dell recommended for their machine. Just because they put it as recommended does not mean that’s all the computer will do.

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  4. Question

    Dan Zhuo

    I am trying to connect an external HDMI monitor through a USB-C connector, but none of them are recognized correctly by the computer. Could you provide me which USB-C HDMI adapter is supported for this computer?

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    • Dan

      Hi, based on the official specs, the USB-C port on this laptop doesn’t provide video output at all. You can only use HDMI.

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    • Miguel Rodriguez

      If the USB-C port doesn’t support video output how can I connect 2 external monitors to the Laptop if only has 1 HDMI port? Thank you

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    • Dan

      The easiest thing I can think of is getting a USB / USB-C to HDMI adapter or a docking station with a built-in HDMI or other video output. But keep in mind that there may be some limitations when it comes to the screen refresh rate and maximal resolution due to the bandwidth limitations of USB (Full HD at 60 Hz should work fine).

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  5. Question

    MT

    when upgrade SSD, reinstall with clean windows 10, it cannot find the new SSD, how to make it show?

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